Cape Town - Departing
Platinum Stars striker Mogakolodi Ngele is looking forward to life with
Mamelodi Sundowns, but admits he is leaving Dikwena with a heavy heart.
Ngele signed with Sundowns from Platinum Stars last year but
spent this season on loan in Rustenburg as part of the deal.
The Botswana international featured heavily for Dikwena but
struggled for game time during Allan Freese's reign and the striker admits
Johnson's departure was difficult for him.
"I was shattered and really felt I was losing myself.
Cavin was a dad to me and he guided me to the right direction," he told
the club's official website.
"He gave soccer a different meaning, and his way of
accepting everyone and making sure that we respect all at Platinum Stars made
me want to work with him more."
Johnson's return saw Ngele back in the starting line-up and
he admitted he will leave the club with unforgettable memories.
"Memories I have with this club will never be erased,
that is for sure. We lived, we played and we inspired," he added.
"A small team like we were known but giving big teams a
run for their money.
"I will always look back and smile, for the memories of
myself with my teammates will be cherished wherever I go.
"To the people of North West, le sale le direla
Dikwena, ke lebogile," Ngele concluded.